i think the way we have to condition actually makes the shelves look less full. i thought the basic idea of all shelf stocking was to make sure the product was fronted and faced to make it appear to be full. this blocking stuff looks sloppy to me
The head frozen clerk at my store, when first told about this type of new conditioning, asked when was this ideal started. He was told it's been in effect for two years. They forgot to tell a lot of people it seems!
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You think that's bad? In the bakery department they want all the labels on the back of the product facing away from the customer. They say they want the customer to see the product, not the label. Frankly I think they're just embarrassed to show the prices. Besides, people want to see the name of the item they're buying and how much it costs. Whoever came up with that idea to face the labels to the back is an idiot. They also want all the packages on the shelves to be at an angle rather than lined up straight. They say it looks more upscale. I say it looks sloppy and wastes space. You can't get as much out as you use to because it won't fit.
hahahahaha wow your kroger is retarded
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i work grocery night shift for kroger, i hate it but i depise conditioning.
hey, conditioning is a really good way to waste time and still appear to be working
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How much they get paid?